Enduring Powers of Attorney
An Enduring Power of Attorney ('EPA') is one which gives an authority which continues even if the Donor becomes mentally incapable. Since October 2007 the EPA has been replaced by the Lasting Power of Attorney ('LPA.') That said, any EPA made before that date will remain legally valid. If a donor loses their mental capacity, the EPA can be registered at that time.
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